Sunday, June 14, 2009

Toronto Ontario Canada Objects Changes Shape From A Oblong To A Triangle

Posted: June 14, 2009

Date: June 8, 2009
Time: 3:48 a.m.

Location of Sighting: Toronto, ON, Canada.
Number of witnesses: 4
Number of Objects: 2
Shape of Objects: Circle/oblong shifting to triangular.

Full Description of Event/Sighting: I had my students on a sleep over at the Metro Toronto Zoo. Myself and three students were unable to sleep and were watching the sky over the rouge valley. The night was cold and quite overcast. At times, the full moon was visible only a few times during the night as a result of thick cloud coverage and the stars were not clearly visible.

While looking westward toward Scarborough, I noticed a faint but distinctive roundish/oblong light in the sky (it was at about a 145 degree angle from our perspective). The white light source was large, appearing bigger than the full moon despite the fact it was a couple hundred feet in the sky. Over the first minute of its appearance, the light became significantly brighter and closer to us, requiring us to look at more of a 90 degree angle. At this point, it began to throb/pulse, changing shape continually every few seconds from circle/oblong to triangle. About a minute after it appeared, it was joined by a smaller white light of the same shape but significantly smaller in size; the smaller light source travelled forward and when it stopped at about a 45 degree angle from the larger light source. The smaller light was slightly higher up in the sky, or further from the ground, and appeared about five times smaller than the larger light source. Once it stopped near the larger light source, it began to throb/pulse beside the bigger light.

The two lights stayed like this for a few seconds and then the smaller one joined together with the larger one. At the point, the very moment the two lights converged, there was a very bright white light flash, almost a fireball or "zoom" with a with a tail (the colour of the light reminded me of the white fire of a sparkler). The flash and tail moved toward us and closer to the ground, while the converged lights immediately moved forward/upward into and disappeared. The light produced by the fireball and its tail was extremely bright, enough so that it illuminated significant light in the dark sky. The bright light "fire ball with tail" was visible for less than ten seconds after the disappearance of the aforementioned joined lights; after which, there was no trace evidence except our collective memories. The entire event lasted only a few minutes.

We had a camera and I attempted to take photos but given the extreme darkness and lack of adequate flash or telephoto lens, the camera did not adequately document the event (a source of disappointment, for sure, and even as we were experiencing it, we joked about it). Also, as the event intensified I stopped trying to photograph because it wasn't working anyway and I was simply mesmerized by the event, I stopped thinking fidgeting with camera and just observed.

Thank you to the witness for their sighting report.

Brian Vike, Director HBCC UFO Research and host of the Vike Report UFO Eyewitness radio show. email: Site:

HBCC UFO Research, Box 1091 Houston, British Columbia, Canada - VOJ 1ZO

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